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EVENING' PUBEKJ XBDGEBPHILABELPHfA, WEDNESDAY, JANTJAEY 25, 1022
DDirCTQf Tftt-IT vPfiDT
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THE WIPE, THE HUSBAND, THE "SOUL TWIN"
Sp.Qfifal Twin. Will-, Take .Party
je -New Yerk Whoa, Prelate
Starts for Rome
'WILJL---ARRJVE, :. -QN FRIDAY
, Uloliep, Crunci monslgnerl nnd
prlfstst with prominent Philadelphia
laymen, will ffd te New Yerk In a spc
cWl'enr Saturday jnernlnir with Car
dinal Doiiclierty when hj leaves toy hie
trip te Heme, te attend the consistory
Mcli will ehoeso a new Pepe.
Tlielr ppcclnl car will be attached te
the New Yerk express which leaves
Bread Street Station at 8 o'clock In the
The nionsdgneri and prists who nc nc
cempanlcd Cardinal Dougherty te Heme
whfn he, wcut there te be elevated te
the Sncrcd College, will be In the party
going te New Yerk. The laymen who
will see the Cardinal off will be former
Senater Jehn Ceylo, Dr. William Leng
and Dr. Jehn Gallagher. All three
accompanied hlpi te Ilqrae en the for-
m(f ocenrien, and wcre made Papal
Chamberlains by Jhe Pc-l'c.
The composition of the party which
Trill accompany the Cardinal te Komi Kemi
has net been determined, and will net
lie until he returns te Philadelphia,
probably Friday. At present It In
planned for him te sail en La Lerraine.
Every prlwt in the Catholic archdio
cese of Fhl'ndclpbia has been requested
te pray for Dlvine assistance In the se
lection of a successor te Pope Benedict.
This request was made In a letter te
rectors of churches from Bishop Crane.
The conclave nt Heme, at which the
Pepe will be elected, will open Feb
Services will he held in honor of
the Pepe tomorrow In ncvemI churclien.
Probably the most impressive service
in honor of the memory of the late
Pepe will he held at the Cathedral to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock, when
Nucmu peniincRi mass win be cele
brated hv Bishop Crane. Monslgner
FiUmaurlce. rector of at. Charles'
Seminary, Ovcrbioek. will be the n
fiftant priest. Monslgner Henry T.
Drumgoole, D. DM rector of 8t. Ore Ore
ery's Chuich, will be deacon of the
masa, and Monsiguer Daniel .7. Oercke,
rector of the Cathedral, will be sub
deacon. The music of the innsj will be
rendered by the combined priests' nnd
Very Hcv. Jeseph A. Whltnker.
chancellor, will deliver n panegyric en
There will be five absolutions given
in recognition of the eflicc of the pon
tiff as Bishop of Heme. -The following
will efteiate in the order named : Bishop
Cranr, Monslgner Kevin F. Fischer,
vicar general nnd rector of Our Mether
of Sorrows' Church ; Monslgner James
P. Turner, prothenotary apostolic and
rector of the Church of the Nativity;
uuueiRiiur icier massen, vicar terctgtl
and rector of the Church of the. Sacred
Heart, Allentown, and Monslgner
lames P. Slnnett. rector of the Church
3f St. Charles Borromee.
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UN ASK VOICE
Mrs. Warburton Warn3 Male
Leaders New Voter3 Must
Net Be Ignored
INTEREST IS GROWING
Women voters of Pennsylvania are
preparing te demand n share in the
making of a May primary slate and arc
uniting in opposition te hand-picked
be controlled by sinister and selflih in
"11 It is profitable for bipartisan
bosses te trv fe ret control r.f ene or the
ether party organizations, will It neti
de mere proutaule for the people uirecuy
te control their own parties?
There is only one answer te these
questions. Independent men and weimn
voters must vote this year te their
fullest strength. They can, by se doing,
make certain that the party machinery
will be in proper hands and that the
right kind of candidates arc nominated.
"Pennsylvania is at the threshold of
a new political epoch. Voters of the
State should be alive te the situation
nnd net allow their franchises be stolen
uy bosses who will step at nothing te
i'BUCK HAND FEUD
SEEN IN SHOO
Blndc chased him ever IIMTnmri
te Ninth, and nrrr.Mcd him utmf'J
Houth Ninth street. I te was Dl (
vitnnl. WIifn Srj-eant Black 'dr
near the fugitive pretended he M
drunk. He xald he lived at 1MXI Heutk
i Ninth street, which Is Korne's ndtjre,
liu hnd his hand' in hN pocket. The
serct'iiiit found n revolver there con
tnlnlng three itlscliurgcd nnd two ful
"" liartrldges. Taking iilm te the wtatiea
Twe Suseects Denv Knewing ',",i?.l:. ..ll!?., "'c1.nIf.1L,,!,w.1Me1Mi en bK
i leimiiK nun rTJiu iiiui iu inu iiunpiiai
Each Other at Dying Vic-
The pntrelninn cnuclit Heme ut Tcnlu 5
1 ind Mite itrei'ts. Ili n titiweuiiil v;
win the biggest political prizes In e
GROCERS MARK BIRTHDAY
Te Observe Fiftieth Anniversary of
Exchange at Banquet Tonight
rrtm flfftnf!, nntlfvni.ant.vf et ftli.
A sharp warning of the feminine j feun,jnc 0f tue Oreccrs and Im.
Garland Seul Twin
tenllnttnl from Vase One
miss Bensen remes from Cape Ced.
netll tier lmrrtilq lining ilnn.l A n.
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joining tne imrland family six venrs age
she was sent te the .Sargent Scheel at
lamunage ter two years.
WOMAN FAILS TO REFORM
FORGER OUT ON PAROLE
Bent Back te Jail for New Term
and Rest of Old One
Harry felwoed Campbell, who wen
he sympathy of a young woman church
verker while he was in the Eastern
enltentlnry, was sentenced te twvlve te
ifteen mouths imprisonment today fol fel fol
ening his conviction for forgery.
Campbell, who Is forty-one, had been
eleaeed en parole after serving three
ears of a ten-year sentence for forgery.
Ic pwed ns a reformed wrongdoer and
ttended church services with the girl,
no introduced hlra te her friends. One.
man, brought Campbell te his bank,
mere the paroled convict opened an
When bogus check charges began nc-
uumuuiuj; flb-ainnc mm once mere de
Ders Housework New
At present Miss Bensen spends part
of her tlmi doing housework In the
home of Prof, and Mr. J. L. Strahan,
thus earning money enough te keep her
self going. She receives no money from
Garland or from any one except the
Strnhans, she declares.
The girl admits that she has "been
In love," but will net confess that
Charles Garland was thi mnn. "It wn
all en my side," she snld.
Wife Thinks Leve Will Draw Him
Mrs. Garland says that Fhe will wel
come her husband back If lie rllwnnlj
"Although I am deserted In the hour
of my grentest need." said Mrs. Gar
land In her pretty little cottage home,
nenr Bosten, where she Is preparing te
receive a second heir te the Garland for
tune, "I still feel that he will come back
te me. I dvnend only en the newvr of mi
leve te drnw him back. I shall net be te
nun; i stiiui leave mni free te come te
me. He must work out his own des
tiny, as t work out mine.
"The old standards of the Kiicredness
of the marring" tie," she centliilucd,
"are my standards. I hnve tried te
understand bis ideas, but I cannot ac
"I lllian Cenrad has stolen my bus
bnn'' from inc. I believe she dellbor dellber
atel) used her superior knowledge of
life te lure him from me. I cannot
understand her and I cannot forgive
"She betrayed her friendship with
me. I believe f-emc day he will tire of
her and cenn: bnck te me. Perhaps he
wl'l grew te hutc her. Then she will
Garluud will lete his new love If the
determination of Miss Mary Irving
riusted prevails. Miss Hustcd is di
rector of the Scheel of Applied Art,
nt 200 Boylston street, Bosten, where
Miss Cenrad Is n student. The director
said that Mi's Cenrad bus made a clean
FIGURES IN GARLAND CASK
The man is Charles Garland, who
flrst refused a SI, 000.000 legacy,
then changed his mind. The girl
beside him is his "soul twin." .Miss
Lillian Cenrad, a Plill.idclphlan.
Belew Is Garland's wife. She will
welroine Garland hack if he gives
tip the girl, who Is an art student
age te admit having been In the
wrong thnn te deny It. My wife
has sufficient grounds for u divorce. I
told her of mv relations with T.minn
and would admit them triithfullv if i word from
usked. I had no Intention of scckinc te i '"gten.
love Lllhmin ; It happened before I quite
realized what was ceiulns about.
"We all make mistakes, and I no less
thnn ethers. I am going te try te
right my mistake. I de net want te
waste my llfe. I want te build anew.
I nm young nnd I hope this Is net te be
my last chance. I am sorry, of cenrx.
and regret causing ethers unhnpplncss.
i cnnnei say mac i would give up the
happiness that m.v love for Lilllnn Im
meant, new that I've known it, but if It
were pesedble for It never te have been
I should have hern satisfied te continue
In happin.cbs with my wife."
a matter of fact we never thought she
cared for men. During the tlme she
lived with us she never had men callers.
"Lilllnn was very studious. Each
night after work she would go te her
room te study. We saw little of her.
Part of the time she' attended u busi
ness college here, fjr hhe was nlwavs
trying te better herself, nnd when the
opportunity camn te be n traveling
companion fIic was certainly elated."
While living en Irvine street Miss
Cenrad roomed with Miss Viela Smith.
The girls wcre together constantly. Ac
cording te the MeCnlments, Miss Smith
left Washington shortly after Miss Con Cen
rad went te Bosten. Mhs Smith is
thought te have gene te China.
.Miss Cenrad was appointed a clerk
in the Laber Department en April I,
1018. She was iiM.-lgiud te the office
of Leuis P. Peet, Assistant Secretary
of Laber. She remained nt this no-
sltlen until MnyOl, 10-'0.
Irlentle of .Miss Cenrnil in the de-
partment declare they have leceived no
lier Unco slie left Wash-
GIRL MET GARLAND
WHILE U. S. EMPLOYE
By a Staff Certenpnnilcnt
Washington. Jan. J.'. The strange
,t iiiiiiiKic in which manes (iarlaud
young millionaire, his wife, nnd Miss
Lillinii Cenrnd are the principal par-
"Miss Cenrad was n callable worker."
snld an efficinl today, "nnd she was
popular among the empleye. We wet?
sorry te scp her leave the department."
Liiipleye.H of the department who
knew Mlw Cenrad declare blie made,
few confidants In the nflice. Nene of
thorn knew of Miss Cenrad's Ideas en
SPEAR ART TREASURES
DESTROYED BY FLAMES
Intense Celd and Lack of Water
Handicap Media Flremsn
Oil paintings and ether nrt treasures
were dc-Urcjcd in n fire that swept the
four-story stone mansion of James
Spear, Jr., n widely known clubman, of
Wnlllngferd, Inst night.
The building was In flnines when the
Media Firt Company nriivud. But
after they hud fought the fire for a short
time the supply of water gave out and
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j,, mni us inrrpuen III Waxlllugten i,- um-i-ii ii miiiiu uy uuu waicil
when Mis Cenrnd left n position in l', "l"ieturc burn.
!i i'"u,2rnt l'. ,'al,"r I" accept n The firemen also were hiiudimpped
nattering offer te become the traveling beciiuse of the Intense cold. Hec
tompnilieii of ene ( the Garlands. stretched te the pond were frozen.
licttves tried te learn his whereabouts breast of her telatlens with Garland
remthe jeung woman. She snld she
aun t seen him for several weeks. Lnter
ey iraueu tmr and found lier talking
lth Campbell ut Third and Arch
Besides the sentence Imposed tedny
7 '"J's0 VcCanii, In Quarter Hetsiens
eurt rve. 1, t ampbcll must serve seven
Mrs, the remainder of his ether term.
TRUCK DRIVER ROBBED
Dragged Frem Machine by Five
iIbprt , Jenes. S7J55 Frnnkferd
ft?"0- driver for the Clare Feed and
tiisn Uimnany, was dragged from his
otertruck Inst night by five automobile
indits near Chester, and robbed of $50.
Jenes reported the held-up te the
nestcr police. He said the men were
U nnilffl. AffiAfllnrr ,. 1.1... 1.
indits dreve their mucliinn alongside
n. rurc wiiIU 1,e wns driving at n
Pld rate. 1W 0f the bnndltH dragged
w i from his seat, while the ethers
'rang upon the truck and drove away
The nierchandlMe wes valued nt Sr.OO.'
..?. ,'l"i rob')Cry occurred shortly
iter 7 e clf..'k. Jene;, said that some
su ri-in.uves purr iasp a rovevoi
lien the result .if MU f,..,,...,,Mu ,t..
te Bosten became known te her many
friends In the Department of Lnber, it
created a mild sensation. And when
iinn01 3,Ir"- E,lwrd S. MeCalment. of
. u. iiung Mreer. .ortiieM. with
whom Miss Cenrad lived for two jenr
hi'Hril of the famous triangle, they were
Fer the Li'.llnn Cenrad whom om em
"'"if8. of tnp Laber Dcpurtment and the
.iiiiiiiium-i uiii-w was a ipnet flnd im.
dreamed she hud nn sucli ideas, much
less the courage te curry them out. As
rl.m,but''whe;rrhmerycse'r:lri M b '.'
nnd is new lending n "pure and up-
"This Is a rae uhere I feel Hint Hie
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nasi Hheu d lie forgotten." sad Miss i assuming young miss, mstiv .nrr.,,-n,
llusted. "All (fferts should be cen-1 from the girl who new pliijs'thc role of
tered en meulding for the future. The , affinity.
Tidcever league, under whose nus- "Lllllun was n lovely girl; we all
pices this school Is run, will stnnd by Hkinl her at home," drel.ued a niece of
MIhs Cenrad, providing she does net re- Mrs. MeCnlnieiit, who knew MIks Cen-
turn te live with Gnrland. I de net!1-nd. "She lived with us for uiuny
think there is any danger of her doing,. months, and we were sorry te sec her
that. We have taken Miss Cenrad frem'lenve.
her bearding house and placed her In i "The turn of events In Dosten is cer-
luiiiiruu iMiiuin iiiiuii. xuia lumuy iiuni.v niiiun in us. c never
is liitcrebtea in tne school
Faschinted by Ills Personality
"I knew that Miss Cenrad is new
living ii pure life. I am nlse sure she
never erred before she met Garlnnd.
She comes of a geed Philadelphia fam
ily and was simply 'led astray under,
the frsclnatlen of the man's person-1
I "I fe'l that there is nothing for the '
, league te de but te stand behind this
girl. If we turned her out new I de
net knew what would become of her."
Although Mi.s Ceiinid is twenty-six '
years old, Miss Hustcd snld that she I
I is net ns fully deve'eped as most girls
i of her age. The directors, however.
characterize her as a serious student,
in her work.
dm lug her
The home was built bv the Inte .Tnmps
Spear, a btove niunufucturcr iu this
W.E. DODGE WEDS SECRETLY
Married te New Yerk Society Belle
Twe Weeks Age
William Earl Dedge. New Yerk, was
secretly married two weeks age te Miss
Ella Lynch, a New Yerk society belle.
Mr. Dndse's fust wife i new Mrs.
Geerge D. Widcncr, Jr. She was mar
ried te the jiandHeu of P. A. B. Wide-
tier March 0. Wit, n short time after
she and Mr. Dedge, wcre divorced.
Mr. Dedge and his bride arc en tlielr
wav te Europe, whcie they are expected
te divide their time between Pa Is and
Louden. The bridegroom is a mumher
of numerous New Yerk clubs and bus
been active in society betli in New Yerk
voters nttltude and interest nnd the
declaration that it would net be wlw
te ignore the women wcre given today
by Mrs. Bnrclnv II. Wnrburten, vlce
chairman of the Republican State Com
mittee. Mrs. Warburton already has ex
pressed her views forcibly In letters te
Governer Sproul. United States Sen Sen
aeor Crew nnd W. Hurry Baker, sec
retary of the State Committee. Mie
dlsclecd thnt the rapidly awakening
interest among wemenwas placed before
leaders last November and that new
some nctlen is imperative.
Intcrest Is Grewing
"We find there Is a great movement
among the women nil ever the State te
Inform themselves of the character of
the candidates for the coming election,
Mrs. Warburton said.
"We have pesitive proof of this In
the numerous letters which have been
received at headquarters and also front
the reports of our organizer, Mrs. K.
E. Mellck, who has toured several of
the important counties.
"Furthermore, the Democratic women
nnd the League of Women Voters, ami
ether women's organizations which
have a responsible following, arc in
terested in securing information ns te
the plnns of the lenders of the State for
(he coming primaries.
"This matter was brought te the
attention of the leaders of the party ns
fnr back as the first week in November.
The primaries are rapidly approaching
nnd there is n large woman vote In the
State which It would net be wise te
Held Batance of Power
Thern are 875,000 women voters in
the State and their fusion would form
a balonce of power thnt could upset
nny slnte dictated by "bosses" who
brought out candidates net favored bj
the new electors.
One of the biu cards nn the sleet es
of women leaders Is u plan for culling
a State convention of women in the
near future unless the party leaders
quickly show a disposition te fully rec
ognize the women.
Senater Varc bus been sounding sen
timent among the women and is trim
ming his snlls accordingly. Yesterday
he said the organization intends te rec
ognize the women in this city and to
day he amplified his remarks.
"The women have net been trentcd
right nil along the line." he stated.
"Se far as I am concerned here In
Philadelphia they will be treated right.
The women have the vote the same a
the men, and they are entit'ed te just
as much Kcognltlen as the men."
Mrs. Miller Alse Warns
Mrs. Jehn O. Miller, chnlrmnu of
the Pennsj Ivnnia League of Women
Voters, hns sent an npnenl te men nnd
women voters asking them net te per
mit party bosses te gnln control of the
political affairs of the State.
"I need net direct attention te the
supreme Importance of the approaching
primaries," said Mrs. Miller, "for If
ever there was a time when every think
ing, independent man and woman voter
in Pennsylvania should be registered
nlid fully qualified tff vote in the May
prim: i:cs mis is tne time.
"Pennsylvania Is about te enter en n
new, nn entirely new political era. The
result of the May primaries will deter- I
mine, te a large extent, the leadership
of both the Republican und Democratic i
Pnrties. The great und ruling problem!
which must be solved is te tee te it thnt
tills leadership Is alert, progressive.,
honest, sincere and wholly devoted te,
the welfare of the people and the S'tate. '
"This leadership cannot he hnd by
nittinir t ill V hv while iivwlilim l.i....'u I
set up s ates und fix up things in their
own inteiest. It can tuny be had Im
registering and then eting In accord
ance with conviction. And. further,
it can only be had by the great army
of independent men nnd women wonting
together harmoniously for the common
end. the securing of a thoieugUly repre
Leadership at Stake
"By reason of certain important
chiinges in the Republican State organ! -
7iitien, for example, the lendershln in
that organization is at stake. Shall it
porters' Exchange, with ene exception
the eldest trade organization In the city,
will be ebscrvcu tenlsht, whpn 200 rep
rcsentatlves of wholesale feed interests
banquet at the Bellevuc-Stratferd Ho He
tel. James Hewitt, president of the
exchange, will be teastmastcr nnd out eut out
llne the history of the organization.
Among the principal speakers will be
Llcutunnnt Governer Bcldlemnn. the
Rev. Alexander MacCell, of the Second
lYcsbyterinn ( hureb, and Albert L.
Blair, of New Yerk.
Among the gupsts will 1k Owen B.
Jenkins, Lieutenant Hnrry Gorden Mll Mll
pen, of the "Princess Pat" Regiment
the Rev. Patrhk F. O'Germnn. of St.
Jeseph's College; Fire Marshnl Geerge
W. Ellletf. Dr. Clnrence P. Frnnklln,
Rebert J. McKenty, Edwin C Broeme,
Superintendent of Schools, nnd the
Rev. Cartel- Helm Jenes. Four pnsl
presidents of the exchange will attend
Frank Halpen, William T. Kirk. Wll.
linra J. Yeunj and William C Halpen.
TENDLER SUES AUTOIST
Lew Tendler. llshtwcicht nuirillRt
was the plaintiff In a suit agnlnst Peter ! Dickinsen streets station, were standing
ril. Lnter lie was token te the hospital
te see If the ethers cutild Identify lilin.
A ped-stiinu belpiil Retocce home.
Twe men cnueht fleeing In the icigh- Hc told his wife be was shot nnd nslce!
borheod of Tenth nnd Heffman streets, "''; B "? i.T"11,1.1 "
l ... , , , ., ,, ...!,- ig neil going re ueij. nui-ceniu inter
uuc ei mem wounueu, nuu i inii-i. " , mnrVcIrd at his vitality. The wife could
crawled four miuare te nis home in ni find n doctor and told 1'ntreluittB
spite of four bullets in his body, nre Copelaml. who railed the pntrel.
believed te have been participants in m:
Black Hand feud.
The three men. however, when
brought together nt the bedside of
Emllle Retocce, of 10W Emily street,
dying In the Methodist Hespitnl, denied
they knew each ether. The police shj
their quick glances, apparently nf
recognition, betrayed them, in splte of
These arrested are Antonie Di Gle- .
vannl. ll.'JO Emily street, who Is whnt I
in the leg, nnd Antonie Eome, of "0,'C
Seuth Ninth street, uninjured. f
Retocce has bullet wounds In IiIk ab
domen, his right thigh, his right leg1
nnd his left wrist. He told the pelice1
four strange men had set upon hlni
nt Emily nnd Heffman streets, when he
was returning from n card gurne in n
neighborhood cigar store, beat him. rnd
then one of them shot blur four times
He said be had never seen Dl Gle- '
vnnnl bc'ere. but knew Eorne. a boot beet
black, nnd thought it was n shame te
arrest him, as he was net In the right i
li uievanni tins neon in tills ritv
week, coming from .Sew l
exonerated him also
patient at the Methodist Hospital. Unit.
Dl Giovanni and Eorne told the police i
they had been te motion picture shows, i
and were en their way home when or-'i
Street Scrgeetlt BlHck and Patrolmen
Bradley and Bewman, of the Third and
and These Who
Yerk! Merely "Get By"
(llanenni, In the Municipal Court h
fere Judge MncNoille today. He usked
damages te compensate him for outlays
In repairing his automobile after a col
lision with the defendant' cnr. January
HI, nt Fifty -second nnd Walnut streets.
Tend'er sued te lecever S"ii, ' ". 1 ne
ense was held under consideration.
nt Jentli and Takcr streets at '.', :.'in
o'clock this morning when they hc.ird
shots. Pedestrians directed them te
Tenth nnd Heffman ''root .en-
I there they saw Di Giovanni hii-I Eorne
j running, ene north, the ether smith.'
jThe man heading tewnrd the patrol
men turned und ran eat. Serge.int
. Sterling Silver Meat Platters
Vegetable DishesFlatTable Silver
It is possible te obtain u
an important Sjrer Service
6y commencing with -and addlnd
ene ortwepiecaj eccazienaly
is that the former knew an
opportunity when they see it
and possess the energy and
quick judgment te take ad
vantage of it.
from previous Super-Value
prices are constantly throng
ing our store with men of the
quick-action type who can sea
opportunities before they arc
iii il, "4i-4
Made te sell
at $30 te $35
BLANK BOOKS STATIONERY PRINTING
for All Office Requirements
904-906 Chestnut Street
Made te sell
at $40 te $45
Made te sell
at $50 te $60
DR. J. F. SCHAUL DEAD
e'lred Physician Succumbs
Winter Heme In Flerida
M,r-.''J!,m,r- w.hnul, cf Oelmnr,
mil '. 'r,it;,l " of 1804. He
inin v i ('frmlm"' . 10th Pennsyl
hi eliiiircers durinc the Kn.inlNh.
!2c"nJVnr- II0 retired from prac
werlT itf." n8' ll w,lb forty'
He Is survi'ved by Mrs. Delia Sehnul,
ern I v M " 5?"' 0tI'- 'hlUKhter,
' 'f; M'rarct H. Kcl.aul. his
svCi,f ,l!i?.,p,"iv' " ih Kw. w
bcliaid, of Oklahoma.
CAMDEN FAR FReiyTDnY
Tests for Drunkenness Increased
During the Last Year
ieefVns,ft ,,et,, of -1208 arrets
hSsff '!"" en &e ln- compared
fll WTUur,ns U,70' 0 tllChc amlttK
uni, 17 wfre r'"rKed with being
Thl' .". n,Balnbt (151 ' 20.
at s were! ttrrMt" for the last fe,,r
I . Total
T1- ' . i.r.S
erk mi0S wer. compiled by Chief
k McCIeng, of the Police beparf
a 5.l25.fliq-,u.r?'1 "'..'.'OP? D.iiidlc
She i-j less than medium hcleht nnd
rather p limp. She hns blue-srny eyes
and reddish hair. She wns drvseil sim
idy in n dark woolen diess. with un
usually king skirt.
Her philosophy, which puts love above
everything, in as unusunl and contrary
te convention us mat et (jiiilunu mm
self. Pretests Quality of Love
She protested tearfully the genuine
quality of the love which lias cliarne
ter.ze.l their rc.atlens which led her te
live with Onrland en his little farm in
Tile whole world, MIms Cenrad seem
ingly believes, cannot inee lier In her I
steadfast and pure devotion te Garland. I
It wav through the impelling force of
the hlg!r-i nnd purest emotions thnt
she bus ilune this thing, and blie feels
no slinnie or rcinorae for unythlng that
Kven should her soul-mute meet and
love another woman mere than he does
her, she believes that she would feel
no resentment or se9pw, for she hn
lived and loved, nnil would he content.
Although she feels Aflrry for the wom
an who wns her frii'HB and is the wift
of Clinrles (iiirnnd, she feels her Iirt
duty te be te the mun she loves. :
Garland Seeking Her I
Meanwhile Garland Is lu Heiton seek- I
ing MIm Cenriid, for low of whom he
hns uilniltted he was forced te accept
SI. (100,000, his bbnre of his father's ci- i
"I leve Lillian Cenrad." said Gar
lnnd, but he (euld net predict what
their future might held. "Our Volutiens I
will be these of husband and wife," he '
snld. "I de tint knew where Miss
Cenrad Is. She came te Iiosteu Sunday I
te earn tier own living. I am going te
leek for her.
MrORTXRlt. nVSIOXRRB AXD MAKERS OF ll'OUR.VS l.VO
CUlLDItEX'S APPAREL OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER
FOR MORE IUAX TWENTY-SIX YEARS
An Extraordinary Clearance
Formerly te 5o.ce
Plain and fur-trimmed, in a selection of styles that excludes all but the
seasons really correct effects. Many exclusive with "H.nrr!"
"f, nm net Kelnz te call up my wife!
try te see her. It takes mere ceur- I
Formerly te 55.00
Tailored and Dress Effects.
Formerly te 69.50
Every Style from Dance te Street
GIRLS' DRESSES 9.95 and 12.95
v ermerly te 25.00
Afh!nLthf rU TUl n0t find duPlicated-cxclusively Harris eriKi
Advance in thought materials being French scree Tersevs vfi,
taffeta and combination effects. Fer aes 4 te 16 y '
We Specialize in jpparef That Slenderizes the Larger IJ
BONW1T TELLER & CO.
U:e Specialty Stxp c'Onawatietu
CHESTNUT AT 13 STREET
I weed Suits
Z7XPRESSIVE of the sturdy out-
' doers arc the new Tweeds into
which have been woven Nature's
own colorings. Basket Weaves,
Hemespuns, Dundee, British Cash
mere and Melrose Tweeds, which
are destined te blend with country,
mountainside and golf links, are the
most successful weaves for the
simple country suit; equally suitable
for town wear.
! CONDITIONS indicate
that these prices are net
only lower than these
found in ether reliable
stores, but are less than
similar qualities will
bring in the Fall. As a
mere matter of common
sense this is the time te
buy AT PERRY'S.
Perry & Ge.
16th & Chestnut Sts.
in Clethes for Men
Extremely attractive and I
very modish knee-length I
Fur Ceat for Sale J
' ' ; "Hi ; 1 1 ' v. I , , ii 1, te tell I
' " " 1 T. r r rm I ulttlO H
' " u" r 1. 111 1 ,, , B
GLWIhE SEALSKIN WITH 8
18-INCI! BEAVER SHAWL COLLAR
' 'i e N I r I ni' Wen i J5n I
I !' " i ' ' 'i. II II . II Ajrj I
i II Interested. Call Evcmngi Pep fi
5 SS73-W, Letwcen G & 10 o'decA 8
DflOPVl Stecl Lockers,
S-eHhI Shelving & She.
jty.auie.wj scct Specialtie
EDWARD DARBY SONS CO.
E-iul he I IS',4
I1.'2 Grrm.int nAlc I'lnlj.lrlplnj
tater Celers -Painting
111 nflSFM'ACU GAIIKWk
IS.'II ulnut lllrr
The finest butter
in Am erica!
11 .', j "
k Moderately Priced
t I dr?c I
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j 1 Sold only at our Stores I J
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